Legacy data warehouse transformation is complicated and risky. A successful migration requires a detailed evaluation on multiple parameters – including queries, tables, sub-queries, database views, users, applications, target query execution engines, and more.
To help guarantee that your workload migration is primed for success, we’ve put together a list of five things to consider before you get started.
Many other companies have been able to minimize the risks of a workload migration project by automating the whole process. Automation reduces the time required and removes error-prone manual activities while transforming the experience using a powerful, proven process. (More about that later).